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Senior Mainframe Cobol CICS DB2 Programmer Needed in Alabama

Immediate need for a Senior Mainframer with Cobol, CICS, DB2...
EasyTrieve a plus! Manufacturing background would be great but not
required. Minimum 10 years experience.

This is for a 6-month contract, nice rate, either W-2 with per diem or

If your skills are strong and current, your communication great, and
your attitude professional, please call or email me today.

George R. Jones
ge**********@ph oenix2000inc.co m

Mar 17 '06 #1
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